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Four and two needing homes and help. (in Florida, U.S.)

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Four and two needing homes and help. (in Florida, U.S.)

Post by Guest on 29/5/2008, 00:15

This is Susie Lee with The Ferret & Dove Sanctuary, Inc. in Pensacola, Florida.
We have a group of 4 ferrets all turned in together from yet another military family being transferred who are ready for adoption, who have had their tests and shots. They were turned in by a military family who had not been 'supposed to have pets' while living on base, so from fear of any reprisals, not even their original names were given. So we started over for them with "eenie, meenie, minie, moe"...literally! :) Here's the run-down on the four...

Eenie Eabrizio is a fine dark-eyed white boy, around a year old very gentle-natured, superb "kisser".

Meenie Mei-Mei is the boss-ette of this group, almost a roan mitt female who is a "den-defender", she will nip at any hand invading the cage or 'den', but Not nip if you just open the cage and let her come out with the others.

Minie Miyoshi DEW Marvelle is a genuinely gorgeous little dark eyed white lady with a perfect black nose. Now SHE might win awards at shows for her looks if anyone took her to any shows. Beautifully photogenic. Also content to let "Meenie" be the boss.

Moe Cinnamon Clancy is a lovely cinnamon-colored male, older than the other three 'younger'-sters, vet-guessed at around 3 to 5 years. Enjoys eating and sleeping. When let out with his buddies, he will roam and sniff for exactly 2 minutes and then do his level best to try to get back into their cage. (he sez..."Now. C'mon, PLEASE lemme back in, now!" Awww, just LOOK at this sad-sack look he's giving ya, can't you let him back in, NOW?)

Their pictures are on the pet-list scrollers at these two sites...

http://ferretanddovesanctuary.petfinder.com

http://www.angelfire.com/theforce/ferret_rescuer/index.html

Now, the other 2 ferrets just came in yesterday evening, rescued from out of a dangerously hot shed in Mobile County, Alabama so we had to break our no non-military-intakes rule for the ferrets' sakes, but for them it was a genuine emergency.
They're okay, now, in comfy indoor air conditioning and a three-level cage with fine Crafty Weasel bedding (the best). Their names are Diamond Lilla, a champagne colored lady, and Kenny Kutiepie, a small sable male with adrenal symptoms including some hair loss. I'll put their pictures on the pet lists once they've had their rabies shots and are cleared for adoption. We need cash in the ferrets' account to get their up-to-date shots; Thanks to our main vet at Ferry Pass Animal Hospital, who will see any of our animals in emergency circumstances, the ferrets got their initial exams and testing, but we still have to get them their rabies shots before we either allow them to mingle with the other shelter ferrets or adopt them out.
****So PUL-LEEZE support the Crafty Weasels raffle!
The raffle page is at http://www.craftyweasels.com/raffle.php. You can
find out more details on payment options and the raffle time frame there.****
or if you can't do that and want to donate directly, then use any of the "make a donation" buttons on either of the above-listed (the first two) sites
Ferrets here are turning their big brown eyes on us and tuning up the ol' violins and we're broke! Whoa, baby, they're playing them fiddles fit for a fiddly ferrets' worth! I'm going banannas, i tell ya! Yeah, you know it's true, I'm already long gone!
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